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|It is made solely of rice, but its deliciousness has been tested and acknowledged by many travelers who have been to Lao Cai.|
The rice is soaked with water for approximately 2 hours before being poured into a basket to dry. Next, it is steamed to make glutinous rice. When finished, the glutinous rice is ground to a paste.
This is an especially demanding process as the cook has to grind and apply oil into the mixture of glutinous rice at the same time.
After the glutinous rice reaches the right degree of stickiness, it is cut into smaller pieces and can be eaten right away!
Day Cake can be preserved for about one week. If you want to make it last longer, you have to press the cakes to flatten them out and dust them with dry rice flour.
When eating, you can heat them again or put them into a pan and fry until they get the yummy yellow color.
Day cake is a tasty dish, but it would be even more delicious if you eat it with a sprinkle of sugar.
You will then realize that each bite of the soft “Pau Plau” Day Cake carries the delectable scent and taste of a mountainous land.